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  • Nurses Testify in Support of Workplace Violence Legislation

    Nurses representing WNA, employee health and nurse leaders testified last Tuesday and Wednesday in support of the Workplace Violence against Nurses legislation.  In response to the increase in workplace violence against nurses, Senator Dale Kooyenga and State Representative Gae Magnafici have authored SB 163 and AB 175. These bills call

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  • ACTION ALERT – Workplace Violence

    ACTION ALERT! Legislative Hearings this Tuesday and Wednesday on Workplace Violence Against Nurses Legislation The Senate Committee on Judiciary and Public Safety will be holding a Public Hearing, tomorrow Tuesday, September 17, 2019, on SB 163, which standardizes criminal penalty for battery to a nurse regardless of the work setting.

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  • Free Webinar – Lipid Management in 2019: Putting Evidence-Based Guidelines into Practice

    You are invited! Thursday, September 19, 12:00 noon – 1:00 pm. The Wisconsin Nurses Association and the WI Heart Health Community of Practice invite you to a FREE webinar presentation on the “Clinical Practice Guidelines for Management of Blood Cholesterol”. The guidelines were introduced in November 2018 by the American

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  • Workplace Violence Legislation Update Webinar

    Please join on TUESDAY, September 10th, 7:00-8:00 pm Legislation regarding Workplace Violence Against Nurses has been introduced in the state legislature. Senate Bill 163 has been assigned to the Committee on Judiciary and Public Safety and Assembly Bill 175 has been assigned to the Committee on Criminal Justice and Public Safety. This webinar will

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  • Ready to Run?

    Do you want to be more involved with WNA?  Do you want to help protect, promote and advance professional nursing in Wisconsin? Run for an elected leadership position today! Position Openings:  WNA Board of Directors: President Treasurer Director at Large – APRN Representative Director-at-Large WNA Councils and Committees Tri-Council (3 positions)

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